Sage TXL-F Review

by SWChase November 24, 2010

Here’s a new review of the Sage TXL-F from Leland Fly Fishing Outfitters

A brief press release (the full press release is attached):

“November 22, 2010 (San Francisco, CA): Since 1985, Sage has endeavored on perfecting performance by handcrafting fly rods in Bainbridge Island, Washington. This year, Sage’s master rod builder, Jerry Siem, has developed a new series of dedicated small stream fly rods named TXL-F. This latest rod offering provides big rod performance in a small package.

Celebrate small stream fishing: Ultra-light rods in general have a reputation for being “noodly”. Not so with the TXL-F, which responds to the same casting stroke that efficiently loads and unloads Sage’s high-performing, fast- action rods. Now an angler can play “small ball” on tight trout streams without sacrificing performance.

Bottom Line on TXL-F: The ultimate small-stream performance fly rod. Adds a new level of enjoyment when fishing creeks and tighter streams. Makes every cast fun and small fish feel big.”

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